“For 18 months he’s been running on this tax plan. And now, five weeks before the election, he’s saying that his big, bold idea is, ‘Never mind.’ President Obama, my priority is putting people back to work in America. They’re suffering in this country. And we talk about evidence. Look at the evidence of the last four years.”
Aw come on now Mitt, don’t be so hard on Barry. It was he and Michelle’s anniversary! His mind was preoccupied. That’s it, right?!
Democrat or Republican, Wednesday night’s Presidential Debate was a definite win for Mitt Romney. He was articulate, extremely knowledgeable, and, dare I say, “presidential” of that floor. If you look at body language alone, Gov. Romney was poised and spoke straight to the president when addressing him. Obama was either looking down or through the camera at his “fellow American people.” Never once did he face Romney when defending his policies, or himself at that. But hey, he did forewarn us that debating wasn’t his strong suit. Great, just what you want to hear from the Leader of the Free World, someone who finds it easier to look away than face their opponent head on.
I found it mildly amusing that Obama used his grandmother as an example when explaining Obamacare – mind you a policy he has stated to not know the details of yet, but passed it anyway. But please, like the grandmother of the president has to go by Medicare’s policies, that’s like saying Michelle gets her wardrobe at Wal-Mart.
His charisma may be what led him to his current place of employment, but I think his fellow Americans are over it. The change he so strongly swore to uphold has not been one of success but crippling failure. If he truly believed he is doing well for our country, he would have been more confident in his defense, in himself. Unfortunately for him, the whole world was watching, and his poor performance glared brighter than the spotlights that shone on him.
What is a Latter Day Saint anyway?